Designed to assist emergency managers in establishing an effective infection control program within their organizations. Serves as a valuable resource to managers seeking a clear understanding of communicable disease issues. Will facilitate compliance with current laws, regulations, and standards related to infection control in the emergency services. Glossary of common terms. Bibliography. Sources of additional information. Over 100 charts and graphs.Infection Control Program DIANE Publishing Company ... The committee should include individuals from: department administration, training, safety, operations, and EMS; health services; finance; legal services; and public health. ... financial or political influence that may be necessary to aquot;sellaquot; the program. ... The appendix of this Guide is a good place to start. ... that your new infection control program does not meet the requirements of aquot;law Xaquot; three months after the program is started.
|Title||:||Guide to Developing and Managing an Emergency Service|
|Author||:||DIANE Publishing Company|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-04-01|